Erasmus Staff Mobility for Training
What are the objectives of the staff mobility for training?
- To allow the staff of higher education institutions to acquire knowledge or specific know-how from experiences and good practices abroad as well as practical skills relevant for their current job and their professional development;
- To help building up cooperation between higher education institutions and enterprises;
- To motivate students and staff to become mobile and to assist them in preparing a mobility period.
Who can benefit?
Staff from higher education institutions.
For how long can staff go abroad?
- Staff can receive training abroad between 5 working day and 6 weeks.
- Stays shorter than 5 working days are allowed in the case when the absence of staff for this minimum period is difficult or in the case of attendance of conferences, seminars and workshops.
- Language training and attendance to conferences, seminars and workshops should not represent the majority of the total ERASMUS-funded training days per sending institution and academic year (per single grant agreement).
Where to train and what kind of training is offered?
The stay in the partner enterprise, organisation or institution can be called a variety of names: short secondment period, job-shadowing scheme, study visit, workshop, conference etc.
Please see the check-list and forms to be completed on the link below.
- Erasmus training assignment form,
- Invitation letter from partner institution,
- An account number from İşBank,
- Agreement form,
- Health insurance.
- Confirmation letter from host institution,
- Transportation tickets,
- Report on mobility experience.
A staff candidate will be paid 80% of the Erasmus grant before mobility with the final 20% paid at the end of mobility.